From time to time your rabbit may be admitted to your veterinary practice for nursing care needs. This is usually when the care is intensive, specialised or if your rabbit is very poorly and needs 24-hour care.
When hospitalised your rabbit will be cared for by vets, nursing and support staff, all treating your rabbit with care and dedication
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